Dell was one of the first companies to introduce a 43-inch monitor designed for both office environments as well as environments where multi-display configurations are currently being used. The UltraSharp U4320Q monitor is a 42.5-inch monitor that utilizes a 4K resolution along with offering a newer panel, an improved stand, and a USB-C input.
Dell Announces the UltraSharp U4320Q - A 4K IPS, 42.5" Monitor for Productivity!
Dell states that the UltraSharp U4320Q is an ultimate tool for productivity applications as well as a perfect replacement for multiple smaller displays. The specifications of the display are modest by the comparison of some higher-end gaming monitors, this monitor features a 3840 x 2160 resolution, a typical brightness of 350 nits, a contrast ratio of 1000:1, and a fast mode offers a GtG response time of 5 ms.
With these features, this monitor was designed with the professional in mind. The simple grey overall design of this monitor leads it to be used in an office setting or a professional environment. For increased productivity, this monitor supports both Picture-in-Picture (PiP) and Picture-by-Picture (PbP). These picture capabilities allow up to four PCs ate once. The unfortunate part is that this monitor doesn't have a KVM switch preinstalled, meaning that the users will be required to have a separate keyboard and mouse for each monitor or have a separate KVM switch. In addition to not having a KVM switch, this monitor doesn't have any speakers installed, only having a 3.5 mm audio interface jack.
The connectivity on this monitor is fantastic, having two DisplayPort that is 1.4 specification, two HDMI ports, along with single USB Type-C ports that offer DP Alt mode. The USB Type-C port can output up to 90 watts enough to charge most mainstream laptops, along with powering a laptop this USB Type-C has 4-port USB 3.0 hub (three USB Type-A along with a USB-C port). The main difference between the U4320Q and its predecessor is the adjustable stand that can now change the height, tilt, and swivel.
Dell's UltraSharp U4320Q is expected to be available worldwide on January 30 and is expected to cost $1,049.99!